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Kacper ZiemianinPolish Deli 27 11 2011 Audio Art Festival special pt2

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Second part of the relation from Audio Art Festival 2011

Audio Art is an experimental and postmodernist art of the close of XX century and the beginning of the XXI century. Audio Art is an integration of sound and visual art. Presentation of Audio Art appears in form of the concert, performance and installation. Audio Art creates new concept of sound source: as an object and musical instrument in certain space and time. Audio Art is a "one person art": composer, designer and performer unify the whole process of art creation. Audio Art uses low and high technology. Audio Art Festival presents individual artists from all over the world. Festival also presents other non-audio art events extending the whole image of the art based on sound

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Artist/Composer: Kacper Ziemianin
Keywords: Audio Art Festival; Marek Choloniewski; Kaleka; Strange Loop

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